The Poiron Dabin Sauvignon Fie Gris is made from one of their more obscure varietals. Initially know as Fie Gris, it has come to be know as Sauvignon Gris. Sauvignon Gris has a slight pinkish hue to its skin, the grape variety is able to ripen slightly more than Sauvignon Blanc which gives the resulting wine a fruitier notes of ripe pear, elderflower and ripe apple. Pair this to Asian food with a touch of spice, but also fuller flavoured dishes such as clams and spaghetti, pasta salads and fish with fresh herb or aromatic marinades.
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